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2005 FRONTIER 4.0 GOES TO LIMP MODE ,OPEN THROTLE ONLY 30% WITH PEDAL OPEN 100%,LACK OF DOWNSHIFT

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How are your batt. terminals/battery?? Is it all corroded?? If so, clean battery terminals. Also clean all grounds in engine compartment. There are 2 next to the battery, 2 next to the iol fill hole and 2 next to the air box assy. Check and clean. Is the check engine light on?? If you have a throttle problem, check engine light should be ON. Let me know. Oh and how many miles on it??

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